Contrary to what you might have heard, 150 Ag Hall is not the UW-Madison’s largest classroom. Not if you count virtual venues like the one that Michel Wattiaux employs to teach Dairy Science 375: Evaluation of Dairy Agroecosystems in Wisconsin and Mexico. Wattiaux leads the class from the Pyle Center, but he has students scattered across several locations in Mexico. It’s one of a number of initiatives that CALS faculty and staff with dairy expertise use to strengthen connections between the dairy industries and dairy educators in both countries. To learn more, see this article by CALS writer Nicole Miller in UW-Madison’s On Wisconsin magazine.This entry was posted in Around CALS by . Bookmark the permalink.
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